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Boris Johnson to give conference speech, claiming new Tory economic model will end ‘decades of drift and dither’ – live

Latest updates: PM to wrap up Tory conference by arguing that supply chain crisis and labour shortages are sign of first steps towards high skill, high wage economy

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In his interviews this morning Dominic Raab, the deputy prime minister and justice secretary, defended the universal credit cut, saying the £20 per week uplift which has been removed was always intended to be a temporary Covid measure. He said:

The £400bn that the government has put in to supporting the economy, workers and the most vulnerable is just clearly unsustainable long term. The UC uplift was always going to be temporary.

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